#1
I want to have these two arpeggios going over a progression:

E||----------------------13h-17-19p-17p-13-----------------| 
B||-------------------15-------------------15--------------| 
G||------------14h-16-------------------------16p-14-------| 
D||---------15---------------------------------------15----| 
A||--12h-17---------------------------------------------17-| 
E||--------------------------------------------------------|


----------------------12h-15-17p-15p-12-----------------||
-------------------13-------------------13--------------|| 
------------12h-14-------------------------14p-12-------||
---------14---------------------------------------14----||
--12h-15---------------------------------------------15-||
--------------------------------------------------------||


First one is a Dm6, and the second one Idk because it's a mix of both Am and C.

Would it be ok just to play normal open Dm as the background chord for the Dm6 arpeggio to go over?

Also what key would this end up being? Am?
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#2
well, right now you seem to have a Dm chord and an Am chord... which can be used both in the key of Dm or Am... but you are using a natural B in the arpeggio, so that seems like Am
#3
Also it sounds good to throw in a E7 after the Am, but then I get C bebop major? The bebop keys/scales confuse the crap out of me as I'm still pretty early in learning theory.
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#4
nope... E7 is the dominant of A minor, using the a minor harmonic or melodic scale... definetely in Am then
#5
You're playing D dorian in the fist arpeggio, and C major / A minor.
these chord should work: [x 5 7 7 x 7], [x 0 2 0 1 0]
#6
Quote by cccp2006
Also it sounds good to throw in a E7 after the Am, but then I get C bebop major? The bebop keys/scales confuse the crap out of me as I'm still pretty early in learning theory.

I wouldn't try and make this confusing with fancy scales. Your progression is in A Minor.